Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • English Proficiency
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • Personal Interview

EMBA At A Glance

  • 60 ECTS / 36 US Credits
  • 2 Entry Dates (August and January)
  • 12 Courses
  • Custom Specializations
  • 2 Years Full-Time
  • Up to 7 Years Part-Time
  • Class Size 8 - 10 Students

The EMBA Curriculum (12 Courses)

The EMBA curriculum covers the traditional business management disciplines with an emphasis on critical analysis and interdisciplinary problem-solving. Each course also contains the ethical, technological, communications, and leadership skills necessary for success in its discipline. 

Economics for Managers introduces students to the theories, concepts, and ideas that form the economist’s toolkit encompassing both the microeconomic and macroeconomic environments. Microeconomic topics include supply and demand, price elasticity, consumer choice, marginal thinking, production, cost, and profit maximization. Macroeconomic topics include GDP, in action, unemployment, aggregate demand, aggregate supply, fiscal and monetary policies.

Statistics & Applied Research Methods introduces students to basic concepts in probability and statistics of relevance to managerial decision making. Topics include data analysis, random variables and probability distributions, sampling distributions, interval estimation, hypothesis testing and regression. Numerous examples are chosen from quality-control applications, finance, marketing, and management.

Leadership & Organizational Dynamics offers a review of theory and research findings in the field of organizational behavior, with emphasis on applications in a global environment. Topics in the course include perception, motivation, ethics, leadership, communication, group dynamics, conflict management and organizational theory.

Financial Analysis & Decision Making provides a comprehensive overview of classical corporate financial management, including valuation, capital structure, and budgeting, as well as exploring the relationship between financial information and a firm's strategic positioning and strategy execution.

Transformational Marketing provides students an understanding of marketing’s shift from a tactical to a strategic level function within an organization. Attention is given to marketplace developments such as multi-directional communications channels, shifting consumer needs and wants, and the growth of the experience economy.

International Economics & Trade gives students an analytical framework to examine contemporary international economic and trade issues. Topics include exchange rate determination,  fiscal policy, balance of payments, bilateral economic relationships, trade and income distribution, regional economic integration, and the international monetary system.

Alliances and Negotiations explores the processes of negotiating cooperative relationships with other organizations as an essential tool for achieving strategic objectives. It also examines the challenges inherent in negotiating both internally within ones own organization, as well as externally. Factors such as power differential, expectations, risk tolerance, culture, and perceptions are discussed.

Project Management develops mastery of the concepts and solutions that supports the planning, scheduling, controlling, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for successful completion of a project.

Managing Information Systems provides an overview of the methods, processes, and functions necessary for effective communication in today's high tech, global marketplace.

Strategic Management focuses on strategic issues at the business unit level. As the final course of the core sequence, the course requires participants to approach challenges from the decision-maker's point of view, synthesizing all previous information and developing solutions which can create and sustain a competitive advantage.

Two Free-Elective Courses allow students to develop their own area of specialization an can include coursework, a business case, or an independent study.

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